Washington University Occupational Therapy Services is a part of the Washington University Physicians. We provide general and specialty patient care in the clinic, home, school, workplace and community environments.
Thanks to Crumbles Custom Cookies for their “hand” in helping us celebrate Hand Therapist Week! You can also see we like to cheer on our St. Louis Blues! #OTServices #HTW2019 #PlayGloria
This week we celebrate and give a special shout out to our Hand Therapists at Milliken Hand Rehabilitation Center. This dedicated group of OT's and PT's provide outstanding patient care! Thank you for all that you do! otservices.wustl.edu/milliken #OTServices #HTW2019
Take a look at our May newsletter. Our Occupational Therapists have provided information on creating an interprofessional team-based approach to patient care, hiking safety tips and information on stroke rehabilitation services. https://conta.cc/2QxeMy8 otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTClinicalConnection
myemail.constantcontact.com Organizations strive daily to reach the quadruple aim of better outcomes, lower costs, improved patient experience and improved clinical experience. Evidence supports the use of interprofessional team-based care as a strategy. However, most clinicians and sites are not adequately equipped to deliver...
It’s a beautiful day to be sharing information with St. Louis area seniors about our outpatient Occupational Therapy services at the Bringing It Together HealthFest at The Muny. If you’re in the neighborhood or know a Senior who would enjoy some time at Forest Park, bring them by! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEvents
Congratulations to all of the Occupational Therapy students graduating today! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTGraduation #WashU19
Our Commencement ceremony will be live streamed via YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7GYGJeGYII starting at 1:00 p.m. CST for those who cannot attend in person. #WashU19 #wuot
For all of the parents out there, this topic of screen time is one that you have more than likely experienced. Take a look at this article discussing how technology has managed to change the brains of today's children. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTPediatricEducation
Have you ever tried to take an iPad or some kind of screen away from your child? Has the reaction been quite shocking - screaming, screeching, violent? Like taking drugs away from an addict? That's not a coincidence, as many of the apps and games they are using have been specifically designed to be addictive. There's a reason many of the tech billionaires in Silicon Valley won't let their children have access to screen time.
This conversation absolutely blew my mind and made me really think about our approaches to screen time at OTFC. Highly recommended listen - confronting at times, but also provides some great solutions for parenting.
For those with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or those that treat the condition, take a look at this interesting infographic. It addresses "Sonographic Findings Associated With Carpel Tunnel Syndrome." Take a look at the full article in the May 2019 issue of The Journal of Hand Surgery: http://bit.ly/2XSEBey otservices.wustl.edu/Milliken #OTServices #OTHandTherapy
Check out this visual abstract from the May 2019 issue of The Journal of Hand Surgery on “Sonographic Findings Associated With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.” Read the full JHS article: http://bit.ly/2XSEBey
In recognition of May being National Stroke Awareness Month, we want to share the FAST signals to look for and get help if noticed!
F- for Face. Facial drooping on one side of the face.
A- for arms. Weakness in one arm or one side of the body.
S- for speech. Slurred speech or overall trouble speaking.
T- for time. If you recognize any of these symptoms, it's time to call 9-1-1.
Let's stay alert and if these signs are noticed, react FAST!
https://otservices.wustl.edu/items/stroke-rehabilitation/ #OTServices #OTStrokeRehab
Encourage the kids to work on deep breathing while having fun! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTforKids
It's that time of year again, the kids are preparing for school to wrap up and parents are scouting out summer camp options! We have one you need to consider! Train Your Brain, designed with fun in mind, Train Your Brain Summer Camp will support your child in using the critical skills needed for successfully planning a project and carrying out the plan. Learn more at: https://otservices.wustl.edu/items/trainyourbrain/ Please help us spread the word about our camp! #OTServices #OTSummerCamp #TrainYourBrain
otservices.wustl.edu Train Your Brain summer camp will support your child in using the critical skills needed for successfully planning a project and carrying out the plan.
Want to see what some of our Occupational Therapists are talking about? Take a minute to read our April newsletter! Topics include Celebrating OT Month, General Wound Care and Self-Care Management. https://myemail.constantcontact.com/OT-Clinical-Connection---Celebrating-OT-Month--General-Wound-Care--Self-Care-Management.html?soid=1129897112596&aid=nna7rGW2WqE otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTClinicalConnection
myemail.constantcontact.com OT's are recognized during the month of April for the services and advancements made to human health by enhancing people's participation in everyday life activities. By providing patient-focused, evidence-based care our clinicians are able to work with patients, their families and caregivers to deve...
Good morning from the Tic Talk Symposium. This topic encompasses adult and pediatric populations and is a service line we provide OT Services for. Our OT that provides treatment for Tics, Karen Balk, MOT, OTR/L will be speaking at today’s event later this morning. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #TicTalk2019
Congratulations to all Washington University Occupational Therapy Program students that presented their work at the 11th annual OT Scholarship Day today! A few of our own Student-Run Stroke Clinic members were busy discussing their research. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTScholarshipDay
Are you interested in the topic of Tourette Syndrome and tic disorders? Consider attending Tic Talk 2019 at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis on Monday, April 29, 2019. Our CBIT therapist, Karen Balk, MOT, OTR/L will be on a panel during this event. Register now, space is limited. https://sites.wustl.edu/tics/tic-talk-2019/ #OTServices #TicTalk2019
Debbie Turley, BSOT, OTR/L, an Occupational Therapist in our Occupational Performance Center recently participated in a symposium hosted by the APDA Greater St. Louis Chapter. A recap of the panel she sat on can be seen here: https://www.apdaparkinson.org/article/employment-and-parkinsons-disease/ otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEducation
apdaparkinson.org Many people with Parkinson’s continue to work after their diagnosis. Navigating the nuances of disclosure and managing symptoms can be a difficult task.
We are sponsoring FREE Senior Movie Day in Washington, MO on Tuesday, April 23rd. Please share information about the event if you are or know a senior in the area! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEvents
We are pleased to announce Lisa Tabor Connor, PhD, will be the next executive director of the Program in Occupational Therapy. Connor is noted for her extensive research into recovery from stroke. She will begin her new role July 1. #wusm #wustl
Spring is here and so is our March Newsletter! Timely topics addressing tools to reduce spring aches and pains, helmet safety and educating the future generation about OT are included in this months issue. https://conta.cc/2FzCQv0 otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTClinicalConnection
myemail.constantcontact.com Providing career exploration for the future generations can help contribute to the overall enjoyment of your work, "Discussing occupational therapy with the students at New City School is always my favorite presentation of the year. The students are so engaged and ask the most insightful questions t...
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Today, we were honored to have Chancellor-elect Andrew D. Martin visit our program to learn more about occupational therapy and our research, educational and clinical missions. #wustl #wusm
For those who may use a wheelchair or if you have loved ones that travel with a wheelchair, the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is hosting a webinar TODAY to share some tips for proactive travel planning.
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christopherreeve.org It will focus on proactive planning for traveling while living with paralysis
Our Occupational Therapist, Karen Balk, MOT, OTR/L is in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch today! She is working with Dr. Amy Viehover, providing patient care at St. Louis Children's Hospital in a first-ever GNAO1 clinic. Learn more about the rare gene mutation and the clinic here: https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/metro/children-with-rare-gene-mutation-gather-in-st-louis-as/article_55b6eeea-bbb4-5778-a932-eb752465ad75.html otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTInTheNews
stltoday.com Doctors and researchers are trying to build a diagnostic and treatment guide for GNA01.
Good morning from the Center for Advanced Medicine. We’re participating in collaboration with our colleagues at the Siteman Cancer Center in their annual Cancer Survivorship Fair. There are several good resources here today for those going through or who have experienced Cancer. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTCancerSurvivorship
Join us next Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 as our Program in Occupational Therapy welcomes Dr. Will Ross and his Voices of Inclusive Health Care lecture. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEducation
It's never too early in the morning or in life to discuss the field of Occupational Therapy. Stephanie Stegman, MOT, OTR/L gave a presentation to our friends in 4th grade at New City School this morning. Thank you all for having us! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEducation
We took a few minutes today to have some photos taken for an upcoming magazine profile. We’ll keep you posted on when it hits the newsstands! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices
Pat Nellis, OTD, OTR/L and Lisa Carson, OTD,
OTR/L are providing situational role playing, focusing on communication styles with our friends at Cardinal Ritter Senior Services! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices
Continuing with our theme of well-being, here is an article that contributes to our topic. Why your decades later in life may be your best! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEducation https://www.nextavenue.org/best-decades/
nextavenue.org The reasons people give for being so joyful as they get older
Have you had a chance to look at our latest newsletter? Topics include comprehensive tools for well-being, help for the painful thumb and information about CBIT: a non-medicated approach to Tic Management. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTClinicalConnection https://conta.cc/2TqWAKp
myemail.constantcontact.com In a senior living community outside of St. Louis, a group of women, ages 55 to 70, are making goals for themselves focused on improving their sense of wellbeing and their overall ability to manage lifes transitions. In the midst of laughter and conversation, they each create a web-like map of their...
Are you on the WashU Med School campus today? Come by and see us at the Health Happenings Fair! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEvents
Parents out there, do you have a picky eater or a problem feeder? Our OT colleagues at Memorial Hospital East are hosting a free educational seminar for parents of children ages 18 months - 7 years who have difficulty feeding. Registration is required. Learn more: https://classes-events.bjc.org/wlp2/memorialhospital/classes/info/ANP001LX/Picky-Eaters-vs.-Problem-Feeders
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classes-events.bjc.org BJC HealthCare is one of the largest nonprofit health care organizations in the United States, delivering services to residents primarily in the greater St. Louis, southern Illinois and mid-Missouri regions.
Help us share the word about the Health Happenings Fair on Friday, February 22nd on the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis campus. Stop by and try some of our OT Clinical assessments for Low Vision, Seating & the fan favorite... Grip Strength testing! We'll see you there! otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #WashUWellness
Duana Russell-Thomas, OTD, OTR/L, and Monica Perlmutter, OTD, OTR/L, SCLV, FAOTA, delivered a thought-provoking presentation on the topic of Self-management today during the Issues in Aging seminar. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEducation
Have you or someone you know experienced a traumatic brachial plexus injury? Our Milliken Hand Rehabilitation Center Occupational Therapist, Anna VanVoorhis, MS, OTR/L, CHT will begin hosting a support group for those who have experienced these types of injuries. Please share this information with groups and individuals who might be interested in attending. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTSupport
Two of our therapists, Monica Perlmutter, OTD, OTR/L, SCLV, FAOTA, and Duana Russell-Thomas, OTD, OTR/L, will present the monthly Issues in Aging seminar on February 11 from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. at the Schwartz Auditorium in the McMillan building. Their presentation is titled, "Self-management: A Health Promotion Approach to Empower Older Adults." The event is open to all; no RSVP necessary. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEducation https://goo.gl/oE2qsU
publichealth.wustl.edu Issues in Aging Self-management: A Health Promotion Approach to Empower Older Adults February 11, 2019 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Schwarz Auditorium, McMillan Bldg., Medical Campus Get Directions This seminar is part of a monthly series — Issues in Aging — that highlights current research and perspectives...
With the cold weather still hanging around, it's a great idea to stay indoors today and read our January issue of the OT Clinical Connection! Take a look and if you'd like to receive the newsletter each month you can sign up at otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTClinicalConnection
myemail.constantcontact.com This month we'd like to profile the important health benefits associated with mentoring. As outpatient Occupational Therapists, we focus on addressing critical factors related to health, including engagement in meaningful activity and participation in community and social connectedness. There is evi...
Director of Clinical Operations, Pat Nellis, OTD, OTR/L and OT Lisa Carson, OTD, OTR/L kicked off our Map Your Path to Well-Being program this afternoon with our friends at Cardinal Ritter Senior Services. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #OTEducation
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month, take control of your health in the New Year. A dilated eye exam can help prevent vision loss caused by glaucoma. If you are suffering from Glaucoma, our Low Vision service might be helpful to you. otservices.wustl.edu #OTServices #GlaucomaAwarenessMonth
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